Look at the greatest “garage” collection of classics: more than 100 cars!December 25, 2018
Machines are stored on the farm in one of the US rural districts
The host of the program The Barn Find Hunter Tom Cotter in the next issue of the show told about a huge collection of classic cars. More than 100 cars, most of which are left for storage immediately after purchase, are located on the farm in one of the rural districts of the United States.
The site where the cars are stored belongs to the elderly resident of North Carolina, Billy Eubanks, who in his youth was fond of car restoration. The price of all the cars in his collection can be several million dollars.
The list includes: Hudson Hornet Special, which Eubanks bought in 1957, Plymouth Superbird, Dodge Daytona, De Tomaso Pantera. Also in the collection are “Jaguars”, “Datsuns”, “Fords”, Lincoln Continental of 1940 type and Chevrolet Corvette of 1963.
With all the variety available on business, Eubanks prefers to ride a red Toyota Prius.
In the spring of this year, Cotter opened the garage, in which for more than 60 years one of the early copies of the Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing coupe stood. After recovery, the price of the car can be about one million dollars.
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